Open Q&A with Andrew Cohen
Following last week’s beautiful teaching Radical and Real, for this session Andrew will simply open the floor to your questions about the spiritual life.
The spiritual marketplace in the 21st century is vast and bewildering. There is so much misunderstanding and confusion about enlightenment and awakening to higher state experiences, and one of Andrew’s greatest gifts is to bring simplicity and clarity to this most complex and rarefied of all human adventures.
What does it mean to really live and breathe a spiritual path with authenticity and integrity? When we have a powerful awakening experience, what are we supposed to do with what we have encountered? How should we live in the light of such an experience? What are the implications for our interactions with the world and other people? What does freedom mean in this context, and how do we access it?
Remember that what seems to be an individual predicament is often common to all of us. When any one of us engages transparently from a position of deep unknowing and curiosity, we all participate in the process of awakening itself. Our collective mind and heart is opened and expanded, and higher consciousness spontaneously reveals itself.
In that spirit of deep enquiry, you are warmly invited to bring your most pressing, burning, urgent and challenging spiritual questions. Come and be thrilled at how this process opens a portal in consciousness to new and deeper perspectives on the human experience.
Andrew CohenResident Teacher
Andrew Cohen is a spiritual teacher, author, cultural visionary and inspirational speaker. His work has been acclaimed by luminaries from all walks of life, from academics to philosophers to spiritual pundits.
Andrew has become known for his willingness to boldly cast aside the sacred cows of the spiritual world. His work grapples with demystifying the wealth of knowledge found in the great wisdom traditions, and with making enlightenment deeply relevant to a post-modern audience.
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- Feb 27 2022
- 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm